Senator Marco Rubio plans to announce his plans for the future on Monday, April 13th, at Miami’s Freedom Tower. If, as expected, his decision is to make a presidential run, he’ll have a political committee ready to raise and spend unlimited cash on his behalf.
Michael Kesti isn’t buying the verdict in the corruption case against Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi.
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro believes that South Florida politicians, like Marco Rubio, are leading the country into an extremist foreign policy against his country.
Roughly 400,000 Citizens insurance policyholders may find themselves with a new property insurance company by the end of November.
Politicians have been learning the hard way in recent years that social media is not without its pitfalls, even if it’s the accounts of staffers. The latest politico to have to deal with a social media problem is Miami Commissioner Francis Suarez.
It’s an arcane budget term, but the sequester, is set to fundamentally reshape federal spending in ways that could set the economy on a path back to recession. The sequester is the beginning of a scheduled decade of financial austerity like has been seen in Europe in recent years.
As both the Republican and Democratic parties continue preparations for their respective conventions, the list of who will not be attending is attracting as much attention as who will be given a speaking role at the convention.
Within minutes of the Supreme Court’s decision, Florida Democrats and Republicans began firing off statements either labeling the Affordable Care Act as either a burdensome new tax or lauding it is as monumental ruling in American history.
Stacy Ritter discusses ethics code and inspector general probe.